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Don't Bogart that Webpage

Kids these days have it so easy.

Remember when you had to sneak a visit to your neighbor's older brother to learn how to properly roll a bone or build an emergency bong? Or worry about who might see your bike/car parked outside the now defunct High on the Hill? (A few readers will remember that charming shop.)

Sneaking around to the cool kids' house is now a thing of the past, thanks to the friendly folk at Everyone Does It. Not only it is "England's largest on-line head shop" (according to BBC News this morning), but it has several educational videos. Building a bong could be one of my favorites, the score is brilliant. I think that the one on smoking one is a little confusing. They should have added a close-up of just how one might finger the carb for optimal effect.

Who knew that snuff was making a comeback?

All very helpful, but can they make a pipe out of an apple? Back in college, that was one of my favorites.

Reminds me of the time a certain family member wanted me to teach them to get high.

"So, are you feeling it?"

"I don't think so, but it feels like my head wants to get bigger and my ears won't let it."

Bless. Grandma was such a trooper.